Join us at Woods Boss Brewing from 5-8pm for food and fun! Join us for this year's Domestic Violence Awareness Kickoff: Mythbusters! Learn the facts, play some games and help raise funds to end relationship
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Violence Free Colorado is Hiring a Community Impact Coordinator And we want to hear from you! The Community Impact Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Community Impact Manager in planning, developing, implementing and monitoring Violence
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MomsRising and Good Business Colorado invite you to join a conversation with community and business leaders about paid family and medical leave. Enjoy free snacks and beverages and come prepared for some big thinking and strategizing about ways
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November 19, 2018 Dear Members,Colleagues, and Friends, It’s a reflective time of year. A time when we contemplate all that we are grateful for and think about what has filled us with inspiration and hope
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Violence Free Colorado is profiled in The National Network to End Domestic Violence's (NNEDV) Meet a Coalition feature this month! Through this regular feature, NNEDV introduces readers to the work of state coalitions on the issue
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Each year, Violence Free Colorado recognizes and promotes excellence in domestic violence victim advocacy throughout Colorado by presenting to outstanding individuals and organizations a Purple Ribbon Award. This year, we honored: Emily Osan of the
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Check out Violence Free Colorado’s newest OLC Courses: Survivors with Disabilities This course is an introduction to working with Survivors with disabilities who have or are experiencing domestic violence. It is a broad overview which